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Minister Ferguson launches the National Long-Term Tourism Strategy

The Minister for Tourism, the Hon. Martin Ferguson AM MP, launched the National Long-Term Tourism Strategy at a breakfast in Perth hosted by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) and the WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) on 15 December 2009. Read more…


Aligning Austrade and Tourism Australia will help tourism industry

The Federal Government's alignment of Austrade and Tourism Australia will help increase international opportunities for the tourism industry, Coalition Policy Committee on Tourism Chair and Federal Member for Bennelong, John Alexander OAM has told a CEDA audience in Sydney. Read more…


Australia is fast becoming an Asian destination

The predominant number of international visitors that will come to our country between now and the year 2020 will come from the north of us, Tourism Australia Managing Director, John O’Sullivan said at a CEDA event on tourism in Brisbane. Read more…


Food and wine the future of SA

South Australia has seen a 47 per cent increase in Chinese tourists in the year to September 2013, SA Minister for Tourism, the Hon. Leon Bignell has told a CEDA forum in Adelaide. Read more…


Innovation, infrastructure and partnerships crucial for Geelong

On regional Victoria’s tourism growth potential, Geelong Otway Tourism, Executive Director, Roger Grant said there is great opportunity but we need to address infrastructure gaps to deliver world class tourism product for jobs and economic return. Read more…


Make Perth the western gateway to Australia: WA Tourism Minister

To attract international visitors, we need to sell WA as the western gateway to Australia, WA Minister for Tourism; Racing and Gaming; Small Business; Defence Issues; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests, the Hon. Paul Papalia has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Tourism key sector for Tasmania in 2015

According to business leaders, tourism will be a growth industry for Tasmania with the Government aiming to increase visitors to the state to 1.5 million per year by 2020. Read more…